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Pinus contorta murrayana

Lodgepole Pine

Native to the mountains of the western U.S. Can grow to 50–80 ft. tall and 20–25 ft. wide,...

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Pinus coulteri

Coulter Pine

Native to dry, rocky mountain California slopes from Mt. Diablo and Mt. Hamilton through the Santa Luc...

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Pinus densiflora

Japanese Red Pine

Native to Japan. Grows rapidly when young, ultimately to 40–60 ft. tall (to 100 ft. tall in perf...

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Pinus edulis

Piñon Pine

Native from California’s desert mountains east to New Mexico and Texas and north to Wyoming. Gro...

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Pinus eldarica

Afghan Pine

From southern Russia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Grows fast to 30–80 ft. tall and 15–25 ft...

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Pinus flexilis

Limber Pine

Native to 5,000–11,000-ft. elevations in northern Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Southern California...

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Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

Native to the Mediterranean region. Grows at a moderate to fast rate to 30–60 ft. tall and 20&nd...

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Pinus heldreichii leucodermis

Bosnian Pine

Native to the Balkans, Greece, and Italy. Slow grower to 50– 75 ft. tall and 15–20 ft. wid...

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Pinus jeffreyi

Jeffrey Pine

Native to the mountains of California, southern Oregon, western Nevada, and Baja California. Moderate ...

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Pinus lambertiana

Sugar Pine

Native to Sierra Nevada and California’s higher Coast Ranges, high mountains of Southern Califor...

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Pinus longaeva ‘Sherwood Compact’ (photo courtesy of Richard Bloom/Garden Picture Library/Photolibrary)

Pinus longaeva

Great Basin Bristlecone Pine

Native to the White Mountains of California. Grows very slowly to 30 ft. tall and 20 ft. wide, forming...

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Pinus monophylla

Single-Leaf Piñon

Native to Southeastern California, Baja California, Arizona, and Utah. This tree produces edible pine ...

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